The chief of Gambuga in the Bimbilla municipal of the Northern region has refused to let a pastor settle in his land after he has witness the murder of a Fulani prophet on the 27 th of December, 2020.
The church of Pentecost in the Yendi area wants to open a new district at the Gambuga Community and bring a pastor to settle in the community to oversee the Pentecost local churches in the area.
After getting approval from the headquarters in Accra, and have made all the necessary arrangements, the chief of the community said he is not ready to allow any Pastor to settle in his land again after what he has seen concerning the Fulani prophet.
A Fulani prophet was murdered by community members in his residence when he was accused of sleeping with the wifes of the residents.
He was told by the residents to pack and leave the community but he was adamant and he was killed in his house by unknown people in the midnight on the 27th of December, 2020.
However, after appealing and explaining to the chief, he gave two conditions to be satisfy before he will receive the church of Pentecost pastor in his community.
First of all, he ordered the church authorities to go and make a statement at the police station in Bimbilla for the police to be aware of the pastor.
Secondly, he also demands that a particular group of people in the community should not have any relationship with the pastor if he settles in the community.
According to the chief, it was that group of people who brought the Fulani prophet into the community and they were the same people who killed him.
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